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Charis

Charis, Aletheia, Morphe Grace, Truth, Form charis, from chairein, "to rejoice," denotes first of all a pleasant external appearance, "loveliness," "agreeableness," "acceptableness," and has some such meaning in Luke 4:22; Col. 4:6. A more prominent meaning of the word, however, is favour or good-will, http://www.bible-researcher.com/grace.html
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